Re Blogged -Bipolar Disorder And The Symptoms — Self Improvement

Bipolar disorder is also known as manic depression. Bipolar disorder is a psychological disorder that effects a person’s mood. The mood swings are very extreme with a manic (high elation) phase and a very deep depressive phase. There is estimated to effect approximately 1% of the adult population. There is also evidence that shows that…

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2 thoughts on “Re Blogged -Bipolar Disorder And The Symptoms — Self Improvement

  1. People who suffer with a mental diagnosis do get down in the dumps. As you point out, this is normal for someone who has been diagnosed as someone who is affected with bipolar disorder. Now I know you are a smart intelligent and caring person who loves music and the Gospel. So I have a question for you.

    What do you think of Beverly Gaventa’s book “Our Mother Saint Paul”?

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    1. Linda, I am sorry but I have not read that book.
      Just the name of the book would probably have me leave it on the shelf.
      I love to read, but there are some books dealing with religion that is far above my head.
      I tend to stay within my lanes when it comes to reading.
      My favorite author is R. T. Kendall.
      Then there is Andrew Murray, and Watchman Nee.
      Collecting books is a task I need to be careful for my house does not have that type of space. I would love to have a place full of shelves of books, eclectic in nature. I do love a good murder mystery. Sherlock Holmes is a favorite character to me.
      Maybe, I can find your book on Amazon Prime.
      Take care Linda

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